Wisconsin police officer grazed by bullet after another officer fired at armed suspect

Milwaukee suspect stunned, arrested, after he pointed a gun at police

Police in West Milwaukee say an officer was grazed by a bullet after another officer fired his weapon at an armed suspect.

Authorities say officers responded to a residence about 11:30 p.m. Monday after a male caller told dispatchers he felt he was about to die, gave his address and hung up.

Police say the man came out of his home and pointed a gun at an officer, who fired a round, but missed the suspect. A fragment from that bullet hit the second officer, causing minor injuries, WTMJ-TV reported.

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A police officer was grazed by a bullet after a suspect pointed a gun at two officers and one of them return fired.

A police officer was grazed by a bullet after a suspect pointed a gun at two officers and one of them return fired.

Officers used a stun gun on the man and arrested him. Officials say a firearm was recovered.

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The man refused medical treatment and officers took him to a Milwaukee County mental health facility.

Charges are pending.